London’s Naked Bike Ride is back One of London’s most anticipated events of the year is finally here. Londoners all over the capital will have the chance to watch or participate in not one, not two, but nine naked bike rides tomorrow (June 11) after a new route was added.
The 2022 World Naked Bike Ride London will kick off at 11am in Croydon and Victoria Park. There will be seven other routes starting at various times throughout the day with the latest to be announced being Wellington Arch.
Organised by World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR), the goal of the event is to protest against the global dependency on oil, "curb car culture" and celebrate body freedom. Now that all the relevant information has been confirmed, below is a list of all the starting points and their times. Croydon: 233 Shirley Church Road, CR0 5AB at 11am
Victoria Park: Near Bonner Gate/Dogs of Alcibiades E2 9JW at 11am
Deptford: Matchstick Piehouse, SE8 5HD at 12pm
Kew Bridge: North end of Kew Bridge near W4 3NQ at 1.15pm
Tower Hill: Trinity Square Gardens, EC3N 4DJ at 1.45pm Wellington Arch: Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner W1J 7JZ at 2.15pm Clapham Junction: Grant Road, SW11 2NU at 2.30pm Regents Park: Outer Circle, near NW1 4NA at 2:35pm Accessible Option: Belvedere Rd SE1 7GQ at 3.45pm The highly popular ride from Hyde Park will not be happening this year as the area will be closed to […]